McDonald’s employees in Boston rallied last week after a judge found that McDonald’s is responsible for setting wages and employee policies for its franchises.
Unable to access healthy meals easily in her own neighborhood, Roxbury native and food justice advocate Cassandria Campbell developed Fresh Food Generation(FFG)
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the Boule held their conventions in Boston for the first time.
Sports Club and a Core Fusion class provided by Exhale Spa. Zumba and Boot Camp, held at Christopher Columbus Park in the North End, will also be extended through September. The Boston Parks Summer Fitness Series will expand their August ...
William Hudspeth died at age 90. He served in the Navy during WWII vet, worked as an engineer at Polaroid and was an avid photographer
City council resolution passes resolution on Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building
Staff from the Madison Park Development Corporation met with labor activists to outline their efforts to meet minority, boston resident and women hiring goals
Voters heading to the polls in November will have four ballot questions to consider.
The Senate approves legislation requiring so-called SuperPACs to disclose donors.
Chuck Christian specializes in decorative painting. Decorative painting, murals, trompe l’oeils — his work is as eclectic as his client base.
Stone mile markers and boundary stones tucked away on Roxbury street corners tell stories of the neighborhood’s 18th century history.
Gov. Deval Patrick joins local and state officials for tour of Jackson Square housing development projects
A Nigerian cardinal flew in from the Vatican to participate in the celebration of 25 years of Nigerian services at St. Katherine’s Church in Grove Hall
An estimated 12,000 worshipers celebrated the holiday marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center in Roxbury
A foundation set up to alleviate poverty in Grove Hall closed its doors last year, unable to enlist others in its vision